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[Cloaca Maxima (Rome, Italy), near the Arch of Janus]
[Warehouse of Municipality (Rome, Italy), sculptures found in building the new quarters during the excavations in 1874]
[Church of S. Stephen (Vatican City), doorway]
[Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus (Rome, Italy), after the excavations of 1867 in the garden of the Palazzo Caffarelli, S-W side, podium]
[Excubitorium of the Seventh Cohort of the Vigili in Trastevere (Rome, Italy) during the excavations in 1867, the doorway of the Lararium in the cavaedium]
[Church of S. Lorenzo (Rome, Italy), antique columns in the north aisle of the choir]
[Church of S. Lorenzo (Rome, Italy), altar and canopy]
[Palatine Hill (Rome, Italy), view of the north-west angle near the Colosseum]
[Arch of the Silversmiths (Rome, Italy)]
[Nymphaeum of Herodes Atticus (Rome, Italy), miscalled the Fountain of Egeria]
[Vatican Museums, Museo Pio-Clementino (Vatican City), sarcophagus with the saviour and S. Peter with the cock]
[Basilica of SS. Nereus and Achilleus (Rome, Italy), marble chair, called the Chair of S. Gregory]
[Porta Maggiore (Rome, Italy), from the north-east, with aqueducts III, IV, V, VIII, IX, showing the specus]
[Vatican Museums, Museo Gregoriano Profano (Vatican City), fresco from Ostia representing the rape of Proserpina]
[Vatican Museums, Museo Lapidario Cristiano (Vatican City), copy of a fresco painting, from the Catacomb of Thrason]
[Vatican Museums, Museo Pio-Clementino (Vatican City), sarcophagus with miracles of the saviour]
[Nymphaeum called the Temple of Minerva Medica, near the Porta Maggiore (Rome, Italy)]
[Palatine Hill (Rome, Italy), Palace of the Caesars, officers' chambers]
[Roman Forum (Rome, Italy), seen from Tabularium, during the excavations in 1872]
[Vatican Museums, Museo Gregoriano Profano (Vatican City), composite capital]
[Vatican Museums, Museo Gregoriano Profano(Vatican City), composite capital]
[Vatican Museums, Museo Gregoriano Profano (Vatican City), fresco painting found at Ostia representing Saturn devouring his sons]
[Vatican Museums, Museo Gregoriano Profano (Rome, Italy), mosaic pavement representing gladiators]
[Porticus Aemilia (Rome, Italy), interior of the north side]

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